Category: pornography

Nudas Veritas

Posted by luno in political philosophy, philosophy and sex, pornography, male criminality, feminism (Thursday August 16, 2007 at 12:47 pm)
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Notes on Catherine MacKinnon, “Pornography: On Morality and Politics”
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In contemporary industrial society, pornography is an industry that mass produces sexual intrusion on, sexual access to, possession and use of women by and for men for profit. It exploits women’s sexual and economic inequality for gain.
This understanding of the reality of pornography must contend not only […]

…intimate levels of experience…

Posted by luno in philosophy and sex, pornography, sex differences, male criminality (Saturday August 12, 2006 at 2:12 pm)
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Luno is clearly willing to accept the condemnation of pornography expressed in Longino’s article, indeed, the rightness of the censure he finds rather overdetermined. But the condemnation is a condemnation of something much more than many feminists and their critics, alike, seem willing to admit.
—Editor’s note
 
Notes on:
Longino, Helen E. “Pornography, Oppression, Freedom: A Closer Look”.
Immoral…
41-2
The […]

Mercenary sex, his and hers

Posted by luno in prostitution, philosophy and sex, pornography, female criminality, sex differences, male criminality (Friday December 30, 2005 at 2:56 pm)
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Notes on:
Lars O. Ericsson, “Charges against Prostitution: An Attempt at a Philosophical Assessment”
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Pornography and liberalism

Posted by luno in moral education, pornography, sex differences, male criminality, Mill, J. S., feminism (Wednesday September 14, 2005 at 8:42 pm)
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The limits of liberalism and pornography: notes on Lorenne M. G. Clark

 
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